The company, called ICON, has developed a method for printing a single-story 60sq m house out of cement in less than 24 hours - and for about half the cost of other, similar methods.
ICON said it can now construct a single story house with a Vulcan printer.
3D-printing has turned out to be more available all around the world, be that as it may, the appropriation of any vast scale usage of 3D-printing innovation is as yet a test. 3D printing innovation empowers you to deliver complex (practical) shapes utilizing less material than customary assembling strategies and it is additionally time effective.
Around 1.2 billion people on the planet live without adequate housing as per a World Resources Institute's Ross Center for Sustainable Cities Report.
The model, which the company showed off at tech and music fair South by Southwest this week, boasts a living room, bedroom, bathroom, and a curved porch.
"There are a few other companies that have printed homes and structures".
The team are looking for $600,000 for the next phase of research and development and also $400,000 of funding for 100 printed homes. According to Alexandria Lafci, co-founder of New Story, the charity has also been 3D printing homes for communities in Haiti, El Salvador, and Bolivia.
Despite the fact that the hardware utilized as a part of 3D-printing is very exorbitant, notwithstanding, the materials can be cheap.
Icon aims to provide the printer, which they believe will be able to produce at least 1,000 homes, for less than £72,000 ($100,000).
The printers can create a 3D structure using different materials, including food, cement.
Affordable housing will prove critical to sheltering people around the world.
"Conventional construction methods have many baked-in drawbacks and problems that we've taken for granted for so long that we forgot how to imagine any alternative", says Jason Ballard, co-founder of ICON. On the outside, it doesn't look like anything particularly special, although the covered patio and spacious windows are less common on tiny poured-concrete buildings.
'For this venture to succeed, they have to be the best houses.
The process is created to minimise labour costs and waste materials. That's not all, the company is also already looking past El Salvador and the United States into space.
In homes, small 3D printers can be used to create toys for kids. You're not going to open a two by four and open screws.